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Making the Switch from Engineer to CEO at Prescient

With Jonathan Coe, Co-Founder, President & CEO of Prescient Surgical

With more than a decade of experience in the medical device industry, Jon is both an inventor and a leader. Before co-founding Prescient Surgical as a Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellow, Jon held a range of roles in engineering, marketing, and leadership in the surgical instrument divisions of Johnson & Johnson and Covidien. He is an inventor on 25 issued patents and successfully launched four major products in bariatric, general, and natural orifice surgery, and surgical oncology. He also started two interventional cardiology companies, Metavention and Gradient Therapeutics, and led the IP, technical, and pre-clinical efforts at Metavention through a successful Series B investment. Jon holds SB and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and Georgia Tech, respectively.

Making the Switch from Engineer to CEO at Prescient

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Jonathan Coe, Co-Founder, President & CEO, Prescient Surgical

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With more than a decade of experience in the medical device industry, Jon is both an inventor and a leader. Before co-founding Prescient Surgical as a Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellow, Jon held a range of roles in engineering, marketing, and leadership in the surgical instrument divisions of Johnson & Johnson and Covidien. He is an inventor on 25 issued patents and successfully launched four major products in bariatric, general, and natural orifice surgery, and surgical oncology. He also started two interventional cardiology companies, Metavention and Gradient Therapeutics, and led the IP, technical, and pre-clinical efforts at Metavention through a successful Series B investment. Jon holds SB and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and Georgia Tech, respectively.